Greater accommodations could be made for both pedestrians and bicyclists through a proposed change to Fremont Street in Galesburg.
The City Council tonight will consider a plan to reduce the number of lanes on Fremont Street and stripe the road for alternative forms of transportation.
With the weather getting nice and the grass starting to grow, the City of Galesburg would like to remind people of some basic ordinances.
The two biggest ordinances violations the City typically sees are unkempt lawns and trash or debris on property.
Sunday afternoon Knoxville fire and police were called out to a home in the 800 block of William Drive for a structure fire.
In a winter that’s been called the third worst in history, everyone and almost everything seemed to take a hit.
Cars were affected, schools had snow days and pipes busted all over the place, but travel on the Illinois River continued.
Unlike the Upper Mississippi River, the Illinois River stays open year round allowing barge travel to continue and this winter was no exception.
The streets of Galesburg could soon be filled with the undead.
Two Matts Productions has decided to film the sequel to their Zombie film “Earth Day” in Galesburg and at the Sandburg Mall.
Knox College is very excited and thankful for gift from two Alumni that will help build a new academic building.
The college has announced Dick and Joan Whitcomb have given Knox a 5-million dollar gift to help with the construction of the new Art Building.
At Monday Night’s City Council meeting aldermen will consider the approval of a Complete Streets design for Fremont Street.
The District 205 Board of Education tabled some policy recommendations from the Illinois Association of School Boards during their meeting this week.